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Like its X10 Mini sibling, the Xperia X10 Mini Pro dares to be tiny.
The 2.5-inch touch screen does take some getting used to. Sony Ericsson's User Experience interface masks the standard Android design.
The camera lens and slash sit on the phone's back side.
On the right spine are the camera shutter and volume rocker.
You'll need to use a virtual keypad to dial phone numbers.
The added physical keyboard makes for a much easier messaging experience. Even with the added bulk, the handset sits squarely in your hand.
The keyboard is small, but relatively comfortable.